Tuesday, 28 September 2021

Tag Archives: ExxonMobil

Cyprus signs $9 billion natural gas deal

NICOSIA: Cyprus announced it had signed its first natural gas exploitation deal worth $9.3 billion with a consortium comprised of industry giant Shell, US-based Noble and Israel´s Delek. “Noble Energy, Shell and Delek now have in their hands the first exploitation license granted by the Republic of Cyprus so they ...

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ExxonMobil to divest Norwegian assets for 3.8 billion euros

OSLO: US energy giant ExxonMobil will sell its assets in Norway to Norwegian company Var Energi, owned by Italian Eni, for 38 billion Norwegian kroner ($4.2 billion or 3.8 billion euros), the newspaper Dagens Naeringsliv reported. According to Dagens Naeringsliv the deal should be announced at the end of September. ...

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Venezuela Navy intercepts fossil fuel survey ship in Guyana waters

CARACAS: The privately-owned survey vessel was forced to interrupt operations and retreat eastward, the ship’s owner said in a statement. The Venezuelan Navy intercepted a Bahama-flagged ship conducting a geological survey on behalf of ExxonMobil the waters of neighboring Guyana, according to a Saturday statement from the nation’s Foreign Ministry. The ship, Ramform Tethys, easily ...

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